– Improved the display of files from the Bike outliner.
– You can now drag and drop attached files from a record’s note or from an RTFD record to other apps, e.g. to Finder to extract them or to Mail to attach them to a new e-mail message.
– When a file is attached to a record (i.e. included in its note), you can now hover the cursor over the attachment’s icon to see a tooltip showing its filename.
– When you import messages exported from Gmail via Google Takeout, the labels are now searchable in EagleFiler.
– Improved EagleFiler’s search indexing, so that you can now find links in Web archives, find e-mail messages by Message-ID or Reply-To, and find records by their EagleFiler GUID.
– If a note is missing, when EagleFiler reports this in the Errors window, you can now use the Trash or “Update Checksum” button to suppress further error reports if you can’t or don’t want to restore the note file from backup.
– The format for metadata backups has been revised so that it is faster and more efficient in memory and on disk, particularly when there are many records in the same folder or there are notes with large attached files. The XML files are no longer updated with spurious changes, which is more friendly for libraries that are backed up, synced, or under version control. The new format also works around a macOS limitation where very large notes could not be backed up. EagleFiler will still read backups in the old format when importing or rebuilding, and there is an esoteric preference if you want it to still write the old format for interoperability with previous versions of EagleFiler.
– A record’s title and its filename are no longer automatically linked when you set them to the same value, only when you set the title to be blank. This allows EagleFiler to better preserve your intent, i.e. that the title should stay at the current value even if the filename changes.
– The filename counter is now preserved when rebuilding a library. This means that markers like “-1” and “-2” will no longer double up (“-1-2”) if there are further filename conflicts, and they’ll go away entirely if the record is moved to a location where there is no filename conflict.
– The insertion point in the record viewer is easier to see in Dark Mode.
– Improved the display of certain Web archive files.
– Improved the speed of indexing e-mails with certain attachment types.
– Updated the following sections of the manual:
– Merge Mailboxes/Message Files
– Records List
– How can I put my library on my iPhone
– Ways to Import
– You can now omit the “library” parameter in an “x-eaglefiler” link, which means that EagleFiler will look for the record in the current library.
– Record GUIDs in “x-eaglefiler” links are now purely alphanumeric for easier searching and double-clicking to select.
– Adjusted the toolbar layout of the Errors window to make it clearer what options are available for each error.
– Improved the error reporting when a record can’t be moved.
– Updated to version 1.5.3 of the SkimNotes framework.
– EagleFiler is better at handling and working around file system errors when creating a smart folder or editing a file.
– Worked around a bug that could cause a crash when importing multiple Evernote files at once.
– Fixed a bug where a record’s preference for linking its title and filename was sometimes not preserved when rebuilding the library.
– Fixed a bug where the record viewer might not update its display when changing to a new record if you had just renamed the previous one.
– Fixed a bug that could cause an error backing up the metadata shortly after editing a record.
– Fixed a bug where the source list’s colored circle label indicator wasn’t positioned correctly when using the small sidebar icon size on macOS 12.3.1.
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